I asked myself this question not long ago, and even created a blog post for it. I thought about it again, more recently, so I decided to repost the information because I feel it...
Category: Book Marketing
Here’s what I’ve learned in the past and also most recently about book marketing issues and strategies for self-published authors.
When you self-publish your own book, chances are you’re going it alone when it comes to marketing and promotion as well, at least in the beginning. But of like everything else in life, effective...
Joining and listing our books with iAuthor is FREE, however, they also offer a 7-Day Ad Premium feature.
“…don’t you still want to sell your book, even if no one bothers to leave a review?”
If I’m going to be using social media to promote my Amazon Kindle suspense novel, I want to have the biggest advantage possible.
The question we have to ask ourselves is: When I write my blog and website content, does it benefit someone other than me?
Since I posted that I would give an honest review about this particular KBoards’ book marketing promotion, I will let you know right now that I was both pleased with the service, though slightly bothered by one or two minor details.
Holiday and other seasonal do-it-yourself books can be a good way for self-published non-fiction authors to increase their inventory of titles.
Sometimes undergoing an honest self-evaluation can be a hard pill to swallow, but in most cases, it’s worth it.